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" Under their old masters they had at least one resource: when the evil became insupportable, the people rose and pulled down the government. But the English government was not to be so shaken off. That government, oppressive as the most oppressive form... "
Ideas for a Science of Good Government: In Addresses, Letters and Articles ... - Page 361
by Peter Cooper - 1883 - 400 pages
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Macaulay's Essay on Lord Clive

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1912 - 92 pages
...insupportable, the people rose and pulled down the government. But the English government was not to be so shaken off. That government, oppressive as the most...civilization. It resembled the government of evil Genii,2 rather than the gov1 Brains, talents. J Spirits. em1nent of human tyrants. Even despair could...
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Macaulay's Essays on Oliver Goldsmith, Frederic the Great and Madame D'Arblay

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1913 - 262 pages
...That government, ' ' he writes 14. Antithesis and of the English rule in India, "opBaiance. pressive as the most oppressive form of barbarian despotism,...was strong with all the strength of civilization. ' ' Again : ' ' The Puritan had affected formality; the comic poet laughed at decorum. The Puritan...
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Literary Essays: Contributed to the Edinburgh Review, Volume 2

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - English literature - 1913 - 702 pages
...old masters they had at least one resource : when the evil became insupportable, the people rose and pulled down the government. But the English government was not to be so shaken off. That government, oppressive as the most oppressive form of barbarian despotism, was...
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England's Debt to India: A Historical Narrative of Britain's Fiscal Policy ...

Lajpat Rai (Lala) - British - 1917 - 362 pages
...wretchedness. . . . Under their old masters, . . . when evil became insupportable, the people rose and pulled down the government. But the English Government...barbarian despotism, was strong with all the strength of civilisation." 28 The Kingdom of Oude. The same testimony regarding the East India Company's destructive...
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England's Debt to India: A Historical Narrative of Britain's Fiscal Policy ...

Lajpat Rai (Lala) - British - 1917 - 362 pages
...wretchedness. . . . Under their old masters, . . . when evil became insupportable, the people rose and pulled down the government. But the English Government was not to be shaken off. i That Government, oppressive as the most oppressive I form of barbarian despotism, was strong with...
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Historical Essays

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Great Britain - 1921 - 501 pages
...old masters they had at least one resource: when the evil became insupportable, the people rose and pulled down the government. But the English government was not to be so shaken off. That government, oppressive as the most oppressive form of barbarian despotism, was...
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Macaulay's Essay on Lord Clive

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1921 - 186 pages
...masters they had at least one resource : when 5 the evil became insupportable, the people rose and pulled down the government. But the English government was not to be so shaken off. That government, oppressive as the most oppressive form of barbarian despotism, was...
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Gandhi the Apostle: His Trial and His Message

Haridas Thakordas Muzumdar - India - 1923 - 198 pages
...not to be shaken off. That Government, •House of Commons Third Report, 1773. Appendix, pp. 39198. oppressive as the most oppressive form of barbarian...was strong with all the strength of civilization."* In the decade 1710-1720, the actual export of gold bullion by the East India Company averaged 4,344,000....
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Gandhi the Apostle: His Trial and His Message

Haridas Thakordas Muzumdar - India - 1923 - 198 pages
...wretchedness. * * * Under their old masters, * * * when evil became insupportable, the people rose and pulled down the government. But the English government was not to be shaken off. That Government, •House of Commons Third Report, 1773. Appendix, pp. 39198. oppressive as the most oppressive form...
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The Discovery of First Principles

Edward J. Dodson - Social Science - 2002 - 604 pages
...wretchedness. They had been accustomed to live under tyranny, but never under tyranny like this [English] government, oppressive as the most oppressive form...barbarian despotism, was strong with all the strength of civilisation. '" British apologists like to say that an important legacy of Britain's empire-building...
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